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Brian Travers, founder of UB40 died was 62 years old


Brian Travers, one of the founders of the UB40 band, died. The musician was 62 years old, he was ill with cancer. The British saxophonist and composer died in Moseley, England. His companions of the famous 100 million record band said they were “devastated” by the news of the disappearance of “our brother, UB40 founding member and musical legend”, who endured a “long and heroic battle against cancer. “. Brian Travers had undergone surgery to remove two brain tumors in 2019 and reportedly underwent another operation earlier this year. Travers played a pivotal role in the UB40 line-up as a saxophonist, arranger and lyricist. The Birmingham-born group made a name for themselves in 1980 with “Food For Thought”, their first single to climb the UK top 10, and then achieved success with “I Think It’s Going to Rain Today”, “One in Ten “and the covers of” Red Red Wine “and” I Got You Babe “. In total, the band recorded 39 top 40 singles in the UK and 28 top 40 albums.

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